The Galloping Gazette

     The Official Newsletter Of The

     Central Virginia Mustang Club

June 2004 
Issue 210







June 4th - MCA’s 2004 Pony Drive II!  Yes, CVMC Fans the day is almost here. It is time for the “Great American Pony Drive II” to arrive here in Richmond, Virginia.

          Come on out and check out the Mustang’s Old and New that have traveled from one end this great land to the other and back again. Also be sure to meet those crazy Mustang Fanatics from Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South America.

          Famous Dave’s will be providing the food and the Science Museum of Virginia will be providing the place.

          Speaking of the Science Museum, this will be CVMC’s time to pay the rent. Yes, that’s right it is time to thank SMV for allowing us to use their great facility for our monthly meetings.

          The Officers and Directors of CVMC strongly encourage our fellow club member’s to bring those great Mustang’s out for a display during the Pony Drive’s arrival at the Science Museum of Virginia from 5pm to 9pm. We will be displaying the CVMC and Pony Drive Mustang’s in the area behind the Children’s Museum. You can access the area using the road to the left of the Children’ Museum.

          Weather your Mustang is a MCA Concourse Winner or a Work In Progress bring to the Science Museum of Virginia on Friday, June 4th for a great night of Mustang fun!

By George Bobrovsky


CVMC Attends A Parade In Holly Grove, VA!  Below are a couple of pictures from the Holly Grove Parade.




          Please go to our Photo Page on the website for more pictures!


CVMC Attends The Mustang Club of Tidewater Spring Show – May 2nd! In attendance were Michael Cole and Michelle Meyer, Laura, Tim Posey, and Rusty Wiseman. The drive down was not bad but that noise in the tunnel was not as loud this time. Not sure what was going on there…he just did not push that gas pedal enough I guess (Ask Michael).

          We got there and parked. Then a few minutes later Michael moves his car.  Guess he just did not trust the tree. We cleaned the cars up and walked around some. Passed out flyers for our show.  Then watched it get darker and darker especially during awards time. The girls starting packing everyone up with the impending rain (Thanks you two you’re the greatest).

          Michael got 1st, and Tim got 1st. Rusty received a 2nd. We got in our cars just in time for the sky to open up and drop in the monsoon. Least that is what it looked like. It poured. I feel for anyone that had not gotten packed up. If I left anything out of importance you will have to ask the others, for that’s all I got.  Live Life driving one Mustang at a time but owning however many you can afford.  Good Bye all.

          Please go to our Photo Page on the website to see some great pictures!

By Rusty Wiseman


CVMC Attends The Parade In Bon Air! On May the 8th we met at the Bon Air Presbyterian Church for an 11:00 A.M. parade.



          We had 9 Mustangs new and old for a short parade to the Bon Air Christian Church on Buford Road. It seems to me that they had fewer units in the parade than in the past and less people watching. I hope this parade doesn't go away like so many have in the last few years. Thanks for you who came out.

                    Please go to our Photo Page on the website for more pictures!

By Llew Stakes


CVMC Invades The Stylin Stangs Show – May 8th! In attendance in our group, because others came just can’t remember them all, were Kathy McWilliams, Michael Cole and Michelle Meyer, Larry Noble, Mike Noble, Tim Posey, Rusty Wiseman, Bob Overbey, Ben and Cynthia Brown and several others just can’t remember who (comes with getting older…god help me at 50 I won’t be able to remember my name).

          It was a good show. They had over 100 cars there. The Cardinal Mustang that was in Mustang Times last month was in attendance. They had some great Fries, well worth the wait. Was a lot of fun but was it ever windy. Kathy won 1st.  Michael won 2nd. Tim and I won a 3rd.  Larry won 2nd. Can’t remember the others sorry guys.  I was a little disappointed in their class structure or maybe it was where the cars got stuck but other than that was a good show.

          On the way home some of us stopped by GO Carts Plus in Williamsburg and checked them out. They are not as fast as G-Force but they had a lot of different things to do so we may want to plan a trip down there sometime. Ok I have bored you enough…wait you got this far. I am amazed and appreciative.  Thanks for reading.  Carry on.

          Please go to our Photo Page on the website to see some great pictures!

By Rusty Wiseman


CVMC At The 4th Annual Car and Motorcycle Show – Goochland Fairgrounds – May 15th! In attendance were Michael Cole and Michelle Meyer, Tim Posey, Ted and Cathy Roberson and Rusty Wiseman.

          We got to the show about 9am or so.  Smaller fairgrounds than I expected but that’s progress. Seems they are building a Food Lion right next door and that probably took up some land. It turned out to be a nice day, hot but nice. The area was a little dusty but, not as bad as the 40th.

          We ate at a nice little Italian Restaurant that was across the street. On the way back over Cathy was glad I did not have my camera on (You will have to ask as I won’t tell).

          In our class, Ted Roberson won 3rd, Michael Cole won 2nd and Tim Posey won 1st. In her class Michelle Meyer took a 2nd. Congratulations to all. That’s all I can remember so you will have to ask everyone else about it if you want to hear more. I’m done. Have a good one!

By Rusty Wiseman


CVMC Cruise In At Bennigan’s! We had a pretty good turnout! Fourteen of CVMC finest Mustang’s were on hand for the Cruise In. It was a bright and sunny day and a bit on the toastee side too.



          The food at Bennigan’s was great and I think everyone had a great time. The Cruise In broke up kind of early because of a Thunder Storm approaching.

          Please go to our Photo Page on the website for more pictures!

By Tony Hall


CVMC Cruise In At Hooter’s Of Chester – May 30th! There will be more on this Cruise In, in next months Newsletter.


CVMC Cruise In To Target – June 5th! Cruise In will be held at Target on Midlothian Turnpike. We will meet at Willow Lawn at 5:00pm and Cruise over to Target. Bring out those Mustang’s for a good time and check out the cars.

By Mike Cole


CVMC Cruise In At Famous Dave’s At Virginia Center Commons! June 13, 2004, Famous Dave’s at VCC. Cruise in will be held from 12-4pm on Sunday. We will meet at Willow Lawn at 11:30am to cruise to Famous Dave’s. Bring out the rides for an awesome day. Famous Dave’s maybe our future sponsor so lets show them what our club is all about.

By Mike Cole


CVMC At G-Force Karts! We only had 3 people show up this time and one of them was just going to watch. We decided to postpone the Go-Karts racing until next month. Be sure to come on out! I know your bound to be getting that racing bug.

          The next foray into G-Force Karts will be June 20th. We will do the usual. Meet at Willow Lawn at 2:00pm or you can meet us at G-Force Karts at 2:30pm.


Till Next Time!

“Here’s Tire Smoke In Your Eye”

By Tony Hall


3rd Annual Bullitt Nationals – June 26th! CVMC has been asked by the International Mustang Bullitt Owners Club to judge their 3rd Annual Bullitt Nationals. This event is being held at Virginia Motorsports Park this year. The IMBOC expects about 75+ Bullitts to participate. Be sure to check out their website for more information Anybody interested in helping to judge let me know.

By Tony Hall


Performance Autosports Dyno Run! As you can see Performance Autosports has a new Dyno. They have offered us a club discount if we are interested in testing our Mustangs on their Dyno. Below is the information that Kevin Adolph posted in our website forums.


          As of now CVMC gets our normal club discount rates. Instead of $75/3 runs its $65 w/ air/fuel. That is if everyone comes at different times like Tim did. If we can get 10 CVMC'ers out to Dyno we can cut it down to $55/3 runs with air/fuel. That is the cheapest around by far. For 10+ it stays at $55/ 3 runs. Other choices are to rent the Dyno for a full day 9-5 for $800. In that case everyone would have to contact me and schedule their own specific time to be on the Dyno so that everyone can have their fair share. It will be up to the club to collect the money and pay at once if renting for an entire day.


The breakdown:
1-9 CVMC members = $65/3 pulls
10+ CVMC members = $55/3pulls
CVMC member 1 hour rental = $130
9am-5pm rental = $800


          Those of you who are interested please shoot me an e-mail at or call me at 804-282-0592. Remember the more people we have the better discount we get.

By Tony Hall


Thanks! I would like to take a minute to thank everyone who has contributed to the Galloping Gazette and let everyone know that if you have an article that you wrote on anything Mustang and or Ford related please send it to me to be used in the newsletter.

          Ideas for articles are but not limited to the following… Car Shows that you attended; Parades; Restoration Projects; Unique Mustang’s and or Ford’s; Unique people connected with Mustang’s and or Ford’s; etc… Please include any pictures.

          Be sure to send your articles to Tony Hall at 7702 Hudson Drive Richmond, Va. 23229. Or hand them to me at the next club meeting. You can also e-mail them to me at



Silver Mine


Call This Classic Mustang Precious Metal in the Virginia Commonwealth


Article By: Jim Smart

Photography by: Jeff Ford



          As someone who grew up in the Washington, D.C. area, my eyes and ears perk up whenever I stumble upon a Mustang enthusiast from back home. Today, I make my home in sunny Southern California, about 60 miles north of Los Angeles and 3,000 miles west of where I grew up. But those sweet memories of the Mid-Atlantic region, particularly Virginia, remain. The delicious smell of fresh honeysuckle in the spring. The hum of a bumblebee. Rumbling thunder in the distance. The sound of hundreds of chirping crickets. A deep blue/purple color over the mountains before a storm. Rolling hills. Lush woodlands. The sounds associated with all kinds of songbirds. Surely I left my heart somewhere on the East Coast. I believe it was in Virginia.

          My roots lie in Virginia, with relatives of all ages and generations parked between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. For me, Virginia is a refreshing slice of heaven whenever travels, and country roads, take me home to the land closely acquainted with our nation’s capitol and the Potomac River.

          Jerry Goodman calls Fredericksburg, Virginia, home. Locals might call Fredericksburg precious Earth. Jerry calls this Silver Frost ’66 Mustang convertible precious metal. Silver Frost is an unusual Mustang color. We don’t see it that often today and that’s sad. Merge Silver Frost with red vinyl and you have a striking pose fit for any environment. It’s a color to stick with.

          This is the Mustang everyone wants. Top down, it’s unbeatable. This is about the Virginia driving experience. It’s about rolling down the top, turning the key, and listening to the subtle roar of V-8 power. The 289ci two-barrel V-8 yields 200 hp at a moderate rev. This is a good Saturday afternoon drive. And it’s good for the soul bent on enjoying simple pleasures.



          Around you at the wheel is the Mustang’s standard red vinyl interior. For 1966, Ford did away with the Falcon-style cluster with horizontal-sweep speedometer. In its place is a cluster reminiscent of the Mercury Comet’s five-style instrument panel with a full complement of gauges. Mid-dash is the decidedly rare AM-eight-track sound system. In AM mode, you can’t count on much except the ball game and talk radio. Slip in that dusty, old Bee Gees continuous loop and dance all night to the beat of bias-belted whitewall radials passing time on Virginia’s I-95 or I-64. Richmond, next exit.

          Gautier’s Auto Body applied the striking Silver Frost finish. This, coupled with Jerry’s gift of workmanship, netted the MCA’s Award of Excellence plaque at the 30th Mustang Anniversary Celebration in Charlotte, North Carolina. Eight years later, Jerry takes the wheel knowing he has gone up against the best and taken home the bacon. Not bad when you consider what it takes to get there. For Jerry, it’s the result of an ongoing quest for precious metal.



News From MCA

By Dave Dickey


MCA Board Meeting in Flat Rock, Michigan


          Judi & I departed at noon on May 5th to drive to Flat Rock, Michigan to attend the MCA board meeting & tour both the Mustang Dearborn Assembly Plant (DAP) & the new Auto Alliance International (AAI) Assembly plant where the New 2005 Mustang will be assembled.  We arrived in the afternoon of May 6th in Flat Rock & had dinner with MCA Vice President Chuck Micele; National Head Judges Wally Short & Jim Silverman.

          On Friday Chuck Micele & I led a convoy from the hotel to Art Hyde’s office in Dearborn.  Parking spaces were limited at DAP so approximately 40 MCA members & guests squeezed in I 6 cars. I rode with Art Hyde, Chuck & Austin Craig.  There were few spaces at DAP, BUT Art was able to talk security into parking all of the vehicles.

          The tour was fantastic.  We saw the last 100 or so white 2004 Mustang being assembled. The reason they were all white is they ran out of other colors & white was the same color used on the trucks. Many were the 40th anniversary editions & there were many convertibles.  The assembly line stopped & we were able to talk with some of the workers. Those workers were truly proud to be assembling the Mustang. We were told that the Mustang had fewer assembly line problems than any other vehicle of this type, better quality control than Toyota!

          The workers were sad with some of them showing tears in there eyes. Many of supervisors & workers will be transferring to the new AAI plant to train new workers so the super quality of production continues. We saw a complete engine & transmission installed in a Mustang in 78 seconds. During WW II the DAP assembled many military vehicles & airplane parts. We saw some original wooden planks, as the plant enlarged steel planks were needed during the war. Because of the historical significance of the plant Ford does not know what will happen to the plant.

          Art Hyde told us MCA is the last official, special group to tour the DAP, because it will cease operation as of 10 May. The tour was running longer than expected so we said goodbye to the DAP employees.

          Most of us & some additional MCA members assembled at the AAI plant conference room for a greeting by president Phil Spender and plant safety director who explained safety concerns during the plant tour including wearing long sleeve shirts & pants because they did not want anyone to get burned by flying sparks from the welding machines.

          There were no 2005 Mustangs being assembled, as some of the assembly equipment on that assembly line is not complete. This plant will be able to do all the engine/transmission assembly, painting, and stamping, in house, for Mustang. The plant has the capacity to run 3 different assembly lines at the same time. It was interesting to see how they have made the assembly line more ergonomic efficient. The vehicle chassis will tilt on its side & move up or down so the chassis will be at eye level. About 1400 new employees will be hired and workers from other assembly plants are requesting transfers to assemble Mustangs. Production starts sometime in July, dealers can start selling the 2005 Mustang in September. Ford representatives told us Ford has instructed the dealers not to add any additional premium pricing to the Mustangs.  They are planning to build around 300,000 units.

          As we gathered in the conference room after the tour, Ford CEO, Bill Ford, wandered in & discussed the Mustang with us. Bill told us he had driven the Red, 2005 (PPI # 0054) & invited us outside to examine the car and take pictures.  Prototype Production 1 (PP1’s) Mustangs (do not have VINs & can not be sold) has ended.  Close examination of the car revealed NO Mustang nameplate anywhere.  In my opinion, the Mustang name should be somewhere on the vehicle.  I was also very disappointed inside the plant – there were no Ford/Mustang logos or signs anywhere or outside the buildings to indicate this is where the Mustang will be produced. Everything was Mazda. 

          MCA board meeting the next morning was interesting. It was voted & approved to have a 45th Mustang anniversary. The mayor of Nashville, along with the hotel, called to invite MCA back, saying this was the biggest function the city has ever had (the Corvettes celebration had only 400 cars).  There was a lot discussion about the 40th. Both Art Hyde & Austin Craig indicated Ford was very happy with the turnout. Ford valued the exposure of that celebration @ over 5 million dollars. The judging & parking had a lot of problems & must be fixed before the 45th. There was discussion on no judging vs. awarding everyone a plaque. Committees will be formed to study the problems & come up with solutions & what to do with leftover 40th merchandise.

          The treasurer indicated MCA’s was within 2004 budget & indicated the 40th took in one half million dollars.

          A draft of the MCA Hall of Fame from the committee was presented with the mission statement, eligibility, and guidelines for nomination & process were discussed; and the pamphlet is complete & ready for distribution.

          Judging rule books are update to date, judging meeting 16 October 16th in St. Louis where ’93 – 2003 Cobra classes are to be discussed.

          Several items were voted & approved.  I think I heard the 2005 Grand National is to be held in Youngstown, Ohio.  The meeting ran longer than expected.  We adjourned, said our goodbyes to the new friendships and headed down the road.


The 20th Annual Mustang & Ford Show Update

By Dave Dickey


          Another 1000 CVMC show flyers were ordered from Ben Franklin printing, processed and were ready for pickup within 8 hours. That was super fast customer service by Ben Franklin printers.  Thanks go to Bob Overbey and his printers.

          The flyers were for the 40th Mustang Anniversary celebration in Nashville last month. I attached many of these flyers to cars in the parking lots of the Gaylord Opryland hotel with Virginia, W. Virginia, and Maryland license plates.  Show flyers are available for all club members to use when they participate in Car Shows and Cruise Ins. 

          Letters are going out to many Mustang parts suppliers and business’ requesting advertising, door prizes/gift certificates, goodie bag items, & trophy sponsorship.

          Both Richmond Ford and Universal Ford are our major sponsors now. 


Dave’s Mustang Trivia

By David Lythgoe


1.        In what year did Ford first offer a CD Player in the Mustang?


  1. In what year did Ford first offer electrically tuned Radios in the Mustang?


  1. After what year did Ford move all the assembly of the Mustang to Dearborn?


Rick’s Tip’s

By Rick Nochta


Building A 1964 to 1966 Mustang From Scratch?


          For years the reproduction people have been making parts for the early Mustang’s i.e. 1964 to 1973. The number of repro parts available is governed by production figures. The cars with the highest production runs have more repro parts available than the lower production runs. Thus the 1964 to 1966 cars have the most parts available.

          It is getting to the point where a person can just about build the body of a Mustang from scratch. After hours of search I have found only a couple of pieces that are not made. I may miss a couple but here it goes. The following parts are NOT available yet! A complete cowl (area in front of the windshield), a complete roof (both coupes and fastbacks), the area over the rear axle, especially convertibles, the transmission tunnel, the inner quarters (the place on either side of the back seat), front floor brace (where your feet are when you are in the front seat), and that’s about it. There are fewer pieces for the Mustangs after 1966 but the gap is closing.

          I have MCA and SAAC judging experience and can help with difficult questions. Please feel free to call me during the day at 804-321-5383.


Happy Cruisin!





News From The CCCCVa

By Fred Fann


          Now that the very extended General Assembly session is over we need to thank the members of the Assembly that helped us with SB 204. This bill has been signed by the governor and will become law on July 1st. Car hobbyists will be able to store parts and project cars as long as they are out of ordinary view. This is a BIG victory for us. We are one of the first states to finally get around the restrictions localities placed on our hobby.

          Many car hobbyists worked hard to get this measure through the General Assembly. Several drove hours to get to the Assembly and either testifies before a committee or to lobby members of both the House and Senate. I am asking you to do one more task and that is to write or email those who helped us the most with SB 204. We will surely need their help in the future.

          The plan is for all club presidents to write on behalf of their club thanking those that helped us. I would also request that club members and all car hobbyists write or email thanking the members of the Assembly that have helped us. I would like them to be flooded with thank you’s just like we flooded them to vote for 204. Keep in mind that they were on our side in this difficult fight that took over THREE YEARS to get this measure into law. These are the representatives that will fight for us in the future!

          Be sure to thank them for their support and hard work in getting 204 into law. Tell them what this means to you personally if possible. But do thank them for representing car hobbyists.


Quayle, Frederick M.  (Chief patron)

3808 Poplar Hill Road, Suite E

Chesapeake, VA 23321-5524

P (757) 483-9173

F (757) 483-3924


Bell, J. Brandon, II  (patron)

P.O. Box 20855

Roanoke, VA 24018

P (540) 989-2882

F (540) 772-0178


Edwards, John S.  (Patron)

P.O. Box 1179

Roanoke, VA 24006-1179

P (540) 985-8690

F (540) 345-9950


Reynolds, Wm. Roscoe  (patron)

P.O. Box 404

Martinsville, VA 24114-0404

P (276) 638-2315

F (276) 638-2293


Ingram, Riley E.  (Chair of House committee)

3302 Oaklawn Boulevard

Hopewell, VA 23860 

P: (804) 458-9873

F: (804) 458-0621


Griffith, H. Morgan  (House leader)

P.O. Box 1250

Salem, VA 24153 

P: (540) 389-4498

F: (540) 389-5040


Orrock, Robert D., Sr.

P.O. Box 458

Thornburg, VA 22565

P: (540) 891-1322

F: (540) 898-0010


Governor Mark R. Warner

State Capitol, 3rd Floor

Richmond, Virginia 23219

Phone: (804) 786-2211

Fax: (804) 371-6351


          I would recommend that everyone thank his or her local reps that voted for the bill also. We did have several people against this bill so we must make sure that we keep the friends we have made in the Assembly.

           Thanks for all your help with getting 204 passed and I know you will contact those who helped us.


Central Virginia Mustang Club

Minutes of Meeting, May 5, 2004

By Brenda Jones


          Tony called the meeting to order at 7:35.  He asked if we had any visitors.  We had 4. They were Ken Hall, 66 Coupe California Car, Jan Romano, 03 GT Conv., Mary Bosher, 93 GT and Scott Phillips with a 68 Coupe.

          Tony said that he had left the Treasurer's report at work, due to the fact that the Treasurer was at the Hospital with her daughter who was having a baby.  We will catch up next month. 

          Tony called upon George Bobrovsky for updates on the upcoming Pony drive.  This will take place on June 4th.  The Museum will open up the back for us. Famous Dave's has been notified for food.  We now are expecting around 200 cars.  George has sign up sheets for people to guide the mustangs in and also to help out at the museum.  The mustangs should be here between 5-7 p.m.

          Tony said there was a pretty good contingent at the 40th Anniversary show in Nashville.  He told us some of the stories and misfortunes that some of the group suffered. 

          Tony called on Llew to give us the information on the upcoming parades.  We have a Bon Air parade on May 8th.  We are number 14 of 36 units. We have to be there by 10:30 with the parade starting at 11:00.  Llew gave us the details on the Holly Grove parade / cruise / Fair / craft show. We had 7 cars. The person who was in charge for this year wants us back next year.

          Paul Oliver - He said that the Virginia Blood Service will be at our show this year.  We need people to sign up to donate as they are bringing this unit in from Charlottesville

          Jimmy Ray from Tidewater spoke to us about the Bullitt Nationals. Bullitt owners get together to meet. They have met around the country. The 3rd national will be the 25-27 of June here in Richmond.  He told the national group about the club and our show. They want us to help judge their national show. He is anticipating around 50 cars. The banquet will be on Saturday at Kings Barbeque in Petersburg. Judges will receive a t-shirt.  If you judge you and your spouse will receive a free meal. They are looking for at least 5 judges. There were over 70 Bullitts at the 40th Anniversary. Judging sheets will be made up ahead of time and you can go straight to your group. A meet and greet will be held at the Hooter's in Chester on Friday the 25th of June. This will be on Fun Ford Weekend VA Motorsports Park.

          Tony gave us a list of events coming up soon:


May 16th - Bennigan's - 12-4 p.m. Cruise in

May 22nd- G Force Go Karts - 2:00 if you meet at Willow Lawn, 2:30 if you go straight there.

May 23rd - Road Rally-Mechanicsville

May 30th - Hooter's at Chester

June 13th - Famous Dave's Virginia Center Commons - 12-4 Cruise In

July 2-3 - Star City Madness - Roanoke


          Rusty - Update on our show - Richmond Ford has given us a check for $1000.00.  Universal also has given the same amount.  Tony has gotten several trophy sponsors.  MTD, Bill Jarvis, Rick Nochta, Jones Auto Service, Inc..  Tony said that he has 11 trophies left over from last year at his house. Rusty said he ordered 199 and we only gave out 98.  Tony is going to contact Charles about the trophies. 




          Tony told some 40th Anniversary stories. Kathy McWilliams got turned around and ended up going 17 miles the wrong way. Jack Roush flew over in his P-51 Mustang. Jimmy Ray said he heard there were more spectators there than the previous weekend at the Busch Race.  They had a cruise in on Thursday Night. They had around 2100 cars in the cruise in. It turned out to be an 8-mile parade.  They ended up blocking off 9 streets in Nashville. Billy McDaniel said they almost had a food fight at Ryan's Steak House. Paul Oliver stayed at the Opryland Hotel. He said that his trip on the General Jackson was a nice affair. They had live entertainment. Ben Brown got a chance to sit in a 05 GT and reported that it had more legroom and headroom. Tony said he had gotten hoodwinked into judging, but he got Steve Coleman also. They had a vintage race on Saturday. Late Model race was the best. The Roush car got spun out.

          Mike Noble won the 50/50.  He took home $32.00 gas money.  It pays to come to the meetings.

          Tony adjourned the meeting at 9:00.


Central Virginia Mustang Club

Minutes of Board of Director’s Meeting, May 2, 2004

By Brenda Jones


          Minutes of Board of Directors Meeting held on May 2, 2004 at River City Diner. Members in attendance were: Tony Hall, Brenda & Richard Jones, Don & Karen Lane, Marsha, Llew and Aaron Stakes, Dave & Judy Dickey, Carroll Lipscombe & Kathy, George & Linda Cosier, David Lythgoe, Steve Coleman. 

          Tony called the meeting to order at 3:25 p.m. Tony said we needed to review the bylaws.  We set a director's meeting for January 23rd, 2005 to do the bylaws.

          Elections for director's.  Secretary needs to inform the officers and director's whose term is up at the next director's meeting on October 10, 2004

          Membership - MCA Pony Drive, and the Show.  New members package. We discussed about having their membership card, a copy of the bylaws, stickers and a letter welcoming them to the club.  We also discussed putting a hatpin in the package as well.  These would have to be small since these go out in the mail.  We also discussed honoring the long time members by having pins reflecting years in the club (5, 10,15 etc) this is something we will be looking into.

          CVMC Show - Advertising Dave Lythgoe Auto appraiser, Mustang Bill, Bill Jarvis will be sponsoring all Boss classes, NPD has come through with some items, Dave Dickey will be going to Flat Rock Michigan to represent National Capital at the Ford Assembly Plant. Dave asked if we have sent in an ad for the magazine for our show. Rusty will be giving a report at the Wednesday meeting.

          The following people will be in charge of the following jobs at our show:

George Cosier & Richard Jones - Parking cars and trailers

Don Lane - Head Judge

David Lythgoe - Assistant Judge

George Bobrovsky – Tents

Brenda Jones - Door prizes, port-a- potties, sound system

Kathy McWilliams - Goody Bags

Judy Weidman & Sharon Burke – Merchandise

Rusty Wiseman – Computer & Trophies

Karen - goody bags & Dash plaques

Carroll - Trailer

          We discussed our show and how judging went at the 40th anniversary.

          Llew - Parade next Saturday May 8th.  Be there at 10:30 - 36 units we are 14th.  Parade starts at 11:00.  We enter from Forest Hill Avenue. Mustangs are together.

          Southern States - Wednesday -12-3 display.  They are looking for cars outside the company.  Carroll said he would be able to do it.  Tony adjourned the meeting at 4:20.



CVMC Humor

New Member’s


Kendrick Hall, Tom Randler, Kevin Reed, Randy Odom


          Welcome! We at CVMC hope you will be a member for many years.


Renewed Member’s


Mike Walker


          Thanks everyone for joining and coming back for another great CVMC year! CVMC has 111 Members who have signed up so far this year.


Dave’s Mustang Trivia Answers

By David Lythgoe


  1. 1993


  1. 1982


  1. 1982


June’s Birthday’s


Looks like we have a bunch of birthday Guys & Gals!


June 1st Linda Cosier; June 6th Scott Byrnes; June 10th Jorgen Jorgenson; June 10th Tanya Hickam; June 12th Marie Crow; June 12th Kathryn Stankovic; June 13th Gerri Smith; June 17th Kaky McKinney; June 19th Lane Ramsey; June 21st Denise Godsey; June 21st Nicole Curtis; June 27th George Bobrovsky; June 27th Mike Cole; June 28th Cory Williams; June 29th Linda Jones


Happy Birthday and Many Happy Returns!


Upcoming Car Shows For June & July


MCA Events


MCA National

June 11th to the 13th
Southern Hospitality Mustang, Shelby and Ford Products Show
Biloxi, Mississippi
Hosted by the Mississippi Coast Mustang Club. The show will be held inside the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center so you will be dry and cool. Host hotel is President Casino Broadwater Resort (228) 385-3500. Early registrations are eligible for the two $50 cash prize drawings. Registration is $45 per car. MCA members can deduct $10 and all early registrants (postmarked by May 14, 2004) can deduct an additional $5. Vendor Space (10'x20') is available at $50 for the first space and $40 for each additional space. The Pony Corral is $30. For more information contact Jim Currie at (228) 388-1880 or visit the website at


June 12th
2004 Mustang, Shelby, Saleen, and Roush Performance Car Show
Burlington, North Carolina
The Gate City Triad Mustang Club, in cooperation with co-sponsors Colonial Mall of Burlington N.C. and the Piedmont area Ford Dealers are proud to announce that the 2004 Ford Mustang, Shelby, Saleen and Roush Performance Car Show will be held at the Colonial Mall parking lot, 180 Colonial Mall Burlington, NC (Exit 141 I-40/ I-85 East or West) on Saturday, June 12, 2004. The gate will open at 8:00 am, gate closes and judging begins at 11:00 am, autos will remain on the field until 3:30 pm. Judging will be by Mustang Club of America modified rules. Awards will be given out for the 1st-2nd-3rd in each class. In addition to the judged classes, there will also be a display only class, and a pony corral for cars that are for sale. Dash plaques will be given to the first 100 cars registered. For more information contact Randy Stone at 336-275-5590.


June 19th
10th Annual Mustang and Ford Powered Show
Staunton, Virginia
Hosted by Valley Mustangs Unlimited at Obaugh Ford; 1400 Greenville Ave.. Event hours are 10:00am to 3:00pm with check-in running 10:00am to 12:00 noon. Registration fee is $15.00; each additional car $10.00. Participant's choice. Awards in seven classes and Best in Show. Dash plaques to first 100 cars registered; free goodie bags and free show tee shirts to first 50 registrants. Door prizes and 50/50 drawing. For more information, call Tim Ross at 540/337-2743 or email or call Steve Roadcap at 540/943-0712 or visit the website at


June 19th
Fathers Day Show and Shine
Harriman, Tennessee

Hosted by Tennessee Valley Mustang Club at Jerry Duncan Ford. Event hours are 9 AM - 2 PM with check-in running 8 AM - 10 AM. Registration fee is $5.00. The entry fee is $5.00 and will be donated to The Second Harvest Food Bank of Knoxville. Judging will be by popular vote. The first 50 entries will receive dash plaques. The show is co-sponsored by Jerry Duncan Ford Lincoln Mercury and Hemmings Motor News. For more information, call David Heck at (865) 220-0522 or email or call Dick Ziegler at (865) 482-5850 or email or visit the website at


Non-MCA Events


June 4th to the 6th - All Ford Nationals Carlisle Show Fairgrounds Carlisle, PA Info call 717-243-7855 or Web site at


June 5th - 3rd Annual Car, Truck and Bike Show at Fairfield Commons Mall located at Nine Mile Road and Laburnum Avenue in Richmond. Registration begins at 9 AM, all vendors welcome. For info contact Charles Greene at 804-222-2201 or fax 804-222-3183.


June 6th - 2nd Annual Wheels of Victory Car Show - Free Registration 9 AM - 10 AM: Registration cut off at 10 AM - Awards Best of Show, 1900-1949 Original, 1900-1949 Hot Rod, 1950-1972 Original, 1950-1972 Hot Rod, 1973-1984 Original, 1973-1984 Custom, 1985 - now custom, Low Riders & Imports, Dragsters, Motorcycle classes- Original & Custom - Dash Plaques 1st 100 entries - Prize Money $100 in each class in Original, Hot Rod, Custom, Low Riders, Dragster, Original Motorcycle, Custom Motorcycle - Location: Victory Tabernacle Church of God 11700 Genito Road, Midlothian, VA (Registration: Meet in parking lot) - Donuts and coffee, free lunch for all participants, door prizes - Info: Mike Christian 804-745-9264 or Victory Tabernacle Church 804-744-8881 or web site at


June 6th - Car Show held at Kena Shrine Temple, Barkley Drive & Arlington Blvd, Fairfax, VA (about 2 miles South of the beltway I-495). Sunday June 6, 2004 from 9:30 AM to 3 PM. To be judged a car must be registered by 11 AM. All asphalt parking, plenty of restrooms, easy access from the Beltway (I-495) and from Route 50 & I-66. Location at the temple parking lot on the corner of Barkley Drive and Route 50, about 3 miles west of Route 50 & Interstate 495 in Northern Virginia. 9 to 2 PM - all cars to be judged must be on the lot by 11 AM. We will have door prizes and trophies plus dash plaques for the first 100 cars. Sponsored by Kena Temple Antique & Classic Car Club. For information: Don Simmons (e-mail) Phone: (703) 631-8646 or Denny Scholl


June 11th - Thunder on Main Street Cruz-In for cars, trucks, bikes. Friday June 11 6:30 PM until at the Estes Center, Main Street, Chase City, VA. Live music by Jeff and Brian's Two Man Acoustical Jam. Benefits the Chase City Volunteer Fire Department. More info at or


June 12th - Outkast Misfits Car & Bike & Craft Benefit Show at Books-A-Million, Pinetta and Midlothian, Richmond. 9 AM to 4 PM. Call Tammy or Mark for info at 804-272-1928.


June 13th - Orange County Cruisers, Orange, VA - Info: Bo Cromar 540-672-4573 or or write to Bo at 18687 Brick Church Rd., Orange, VA 22960 or Sonny Hawkins 540-854-8965 or or web site at


June 19th - Richmond Region AACA meet Saturday, June 19, 2004 at Richmond International Raceway. Gates open at 7:00 for show cars and vendors and 8:00 to the general public. There is a $5.00 entrance fee for the public. The contact person is George T. Duke, 804-356-4382 or


June 19th - Bateau Festival Old Car Show. Location is downtown Lynchburg, Virginia, Jefferson Street Waterfront. Dash plaques to first 100. People's Choice awards by ballot for each class and best of show. Food, entertainment, trailer parking, shopping, antiques, children activities. For info contact Jan Peterson at 434-933-4430 or email


June 19th to the 20th - 4th Annual Muscle Car Powerfest and Cruise-in at the Virginia Motor Sports Park (hosted by Virginia Street Rods) in Dinwiddie, just south of Petersburg off I-95. The show will be preceded with a "Cruizin For Kids” from Hooters in Chester. Crate motors from Ford and Chevrolet will be raffled during the weekend. For additional info: Ron Clark 804-360-1255 or Email: More info on the website:


June 19th - CFM Auto Club 3rd Annual Car, Truck & Bike Show at the Glendale Ruitan Club across the street from Horizon’s Store Darbytown Road. Take Laburnum Avenue to Darbytown Road. East 4 miles past Dory Park. Gates open at 9 am. General admission $5.00 Judging starts at 1pm Registration fee - $15.00 Call Charles Green for more info 804-519-1534 Rain or Shine bring tents & lawn chairs.


June 19th - Powhatan Cruizers Car Show Date: Saturday, June 19th, 2004
Time: 8am to 5pm Location: Powhatan Rescue Squad (Powhatan Courthouse Village} Fees pre-registration $15.00 and $20.00 the day of the show Admission $5 per person 12 and under free Prepaid Registration Send to Don Batchelor 4512 Bell Road, Powhatan, VA 23139 Contact Don at 804-598-5921


June 20th - The Annual Sully Car Show at Sully Plantation, Chantilly, VA. - Annual Fathers Day show, sponsored by the George Washington Chapter of MAFCA. - Registration form is available at this web site:


June 25th to the 27th - 6th Annual Old Dominion FFW Nationals

Virginia Motorsports Park


June 26th - Amanda Marchiano Charity day at 2600 Boulevard Colonial Heights (Old Nichols Store). 13-year-old Amanda was paralyzed after an auto accident. This event is a benefit for Amanda sponsored by the Optimist Club of Colonial Heights and many area businesses. Poker Run registration at 8:45 for bikes, best hand $100. Car & Bike Display 9 to 2. Lunch available beginning at noon. Awards and prizes at 2. Silent auction, raffle, face painting and more. Rain date July 10 - show your support by bringing your bike or special vehicle.


June 26th to the 27th – 3rd Annual Bullitt Nationals

Virginia Motorsports Park


June 26th to the 27th - 16th Rod Run & Car Show - Custom Cruisers of Northern VA -Ida Lee Park, Leesburg, VA - Info: 703-777-1664


July 2nd to the 3rd - 3rd Annual Star City Motor Madness - A benefit for the Automotive Gallery at the Virginia Museum of Transportatioin. July 2nd - Williamson Road Cruise Night 7 PM to 10 PM two locations to cruise between. July 3rd Car Show in Downtown Roanoke until 2 PM. Parade after car show. Plenty of entertainment, food, shopping, etc. Register online at


July 3rd - The Car Nuts Car Club, Inc., of Marion Virginia will hold their annual car show at Chilhowie Park in Chilhowie Virginia. Last years show was featured in the October issue of Southern Rodder Magazine. The club is expecting in excess of 200 cars, trucks and motorcycles at this years event. The public is welcome. Over ninety trophies will be awarded at the show plus cash & prizes. There will be several events for the children at no charge with prizes. Persons wishing to enter their vehicle in the show call Paul at 276-677-0200, during business hours Monday through Friday, or check the club web site at


July 4th - Yorktown 4th Of July Celebration 4th Annual Car Show Time: 11:30 AM - 4 PM Spectator Admission Co-Sponsored by??? And Classic Cruisers Car Club. Awards For TOP 25 Provided by??? . Open to Antique, Classic or Muscle Vehicles (1984 and older) Registration only on day of show $15. Gates open at 9:00 AM, vehicle must be in place by 11:00 AM, Participant Judging 11:30-1:00, with awards at 3:00 PM. Dash Plaques will be available to 1st 100. For more information call: Yorktown 4th Of July Celebration Committee, Dave Meredith at 757-766-2309 or 890-3435 CCCC contact Larry Hanson 890-9434, Email: or Hal Hartel 867-6336; Email:


July 17th - Clem's 8th Annual Garage Cruise-In - Rain date July 18, 2004) Newtown Commons, Stephens City, Virginia. ALL proceeds to benefit improvements to Newtown Commons Park. FREE Registration 8am – 12pm Cruise-In 1pm – 6pm Tractor Show 1pm – 6pm. ALL Vehicles Welcome! Including Trucks Low riders/Imports Motorcycles, and Race Cars. Special Clem’s Baby Bear Nursery for the kid’s w/15 bears up for adoption! PLUS other kids games throughout the day. Shaffer’s BBQ, Fire extinguisher safety demonstration by the Stephens City Fire Dept, Commemorative T-shirts and dash plaques will be available for sale, LOTS of food, fun and games! A special commemorative teddy bear will be given to the first 300 registered vehicles and first 25 registered antique tractors at 5:00 pm. Breakfast and Lunch will be served by the Stephens City Fire Department. Fairview United Methodist Church will be serving ice cream at the Clem’s Soda Shop. LIVE MUSIC 6-9:00 pm. Host Car Club ~ Valley Cruisers Of Winchester Featuring Massanutten Antique Tractor Club. Q102 LIVE REMOTE. For info contact Fred Cheshire 540-465-8360


July 29th - Brandy Station Volunteer Fire Department annual Firemen's Parade-Thursday July 29, 2004 Parade lineup is at 5:30, starts at 6:30 p.m. Rt. 685, Fleetwood Heights Road in Brandy Station, Virginia Check web site for more information.


July 30th to August 1st - East Coast Nationals 2004 in Richmond Virginia. For more info on Virginias Hottest Car & Truck show check out the web!!!


August 7th - Car Show sponsored by Victory 7 Mustang Club from 9 - 4 pm at the Food Lion at Mankin Sabot 30 Broad Street Road. Registration starts at 8:00 am. This location is a half-mile from the New Short Pump Mall. Pre-registration $15 before August 7th and $20 Day of Show. Vendor spaces $20. Contact # Thomas Victory-804-737-8601, O.J. Jones-804-306-7681, Kendall Turner-804-986-1327. All Vehicles Welcome If you Love it bring it. Proceeds to Benefit The Children’s Miracle Network and The Junior Diabetes Association.



By George Bobrovsky


          Virginia Motor Sport Club (VMSC) will be launching their yearly AutoCross Season in Mach. Listed below are the Event Dates.


June 6th – AutoCross @ Cloverleaf

June 27th – AutoCross @ Cloverleaf

July 18th – AutoCross @ VMP

August 1st – AutoCross @ VMP

August 29th – AutoCross @ Cloverleaf

September 26th – AutoCross @ VMP

October 24th – AutoCross @ Cloverleaf (possible VMSC Championship 10/23 & 10/24)

November 7th – AutoCross @ Cloverleaf

November 21st – AutoCross @ VMP


          Come on out for a great time AutoCrossing with VMSC!!!




President: Tony Hall
Phone: 804-285-0759
Phone: 804-282-0592 (leave message)

Vice President: George Bobrovski
Phone: 804-794-0350

Secretary: Brenda Jones
Phone: 804 740-2096

Treasurer: Karen Lane
Phone: 1-800-379-5353

MCA National Director: Paul Oliver
Phone: 744-8016


Carroll Lipscombe
Phone: 804-329-5901

George Cosier
Phone: 804-271-2139

Linda Cosier
Phone: 804-271-2139

Don Lane

David Lythgoe
Phone: 804-781-0105

Bob Overbey
Phone: 804-272-3598

Rusty Wiseman
Phone: 804-357-6196

Jimmy Clements
Phone: 804-790-1115

Dave Dickey
Phone: 804-730-1450


Newsletter Editor:
Tony Hall
Phone: 804-285-0759
Phone: 804-282-0592 (leave message)

Rusty Wiseman
Phone: 804-357-6196

Awards and Trophies:
George Bobrovski
Phone: 804- 794-0350

Club Merchandise:
Sharon Burke
Phone: 804-779-3400

Judith Weidman


Karen Lane
Phone: 1-800-379-5353

George Bobrovski
Phone: 804-794-0350

Llew Stakes
Phone: 262-5789
Email: Llew.Stakes@SSCOOP.COM

Cruises Ins:
Michael Cole
Phone: 804-639-1577

Track Events:
George Bobrovski

Show Chairpersons:
Rusty Wiseman
Phone: 804-357-6196

Dave Dickey


Don Lane
Phone: 1-800-379-5353

Monthly Door Prizes:
Brenda Jones
Phone: 804-740-2096

Social Events:

Technical Advisors - 1st Generation Mustangs

Sonny Coble
Phone: 282-4932

Bill Jarvis
Phone: 262-2137

Carroll Lipscombe
Phone: 329-5901

Rick Nochta
Phone: 321-5383

Richard Jones
Phone: 740-2096

Club Sponsors
Present your club membership card at the following business to receive valuable discounts.

Mustang Bill's, Inc.
10% Discount when you present your CVMC Membership Card at the time of purchase.
Phone: 804-749-3673

H+M Performance
Phone: 804-358-7223
Contact Rusty Wiseman
Phone: 804-357-6196

For Discount Information

Rick's Restorations
Mustang Restoration, Part's, Appraisal's,
MCA & SAAC Judging Experience.
Give Rick Nochta a call for all your Mustang needs!

Be sure to present you CVMC Membership Card for a 5% to 15% discount!

For all of your Hardwood Flooring needs give
Don Lane a call at!

1-800-379-5353 or

Be sure to present you CVMC Membership Card
for a $0.05 per Sq. Ft. discount!

Richmond Motor Company
4600 West Broad St.

Ray Broyhill Ford
Hopewell, VA

Seredni Tire & Auto
Northside 266-4955
Southside 232-4515
Mechanicsville 730-1440

First Class Towing
Lloyd Liggan

Advance Mobile Glass

Weaver Transmission
2406 Mechanicsville Pike

Dave's Upholstery Shop
5702 Mechnicsville Pike

Midas Muffler & Brake Shop
3700 Hull Street Road

Dockside Mobile Marine
Hanover Industrial Air Park

C.P.'s Mufflers
3320 Mechanicsville Pike

Air Conditioning Services
All Types
Mike O'Conner 743-8339
Kevin Kean 271-0771

Capital Windshield Repair
Richmond Steve Fine

W.B. & Son Auto Care & Detail
Detail Shop
Gary Sager 354-0980

Jeffe Locke
Professional Appraiser of Antique, Classic and Special Interest Vehicles. $50 a car when in group of four.

Carroll's Tree Service
10% discount to club members
Carroll McCauley

Beach Construction
Roof Contractor
Jimmy Beach 271-5225

Batteries Plus
10% discount to club members
10070 Midlothian Turnpike

Truck Outfitters
10% discount to club members
2025 Boulevard
Colonial Heights, VA

NAPA Genuine Auto Parts
Reference Cash Account #1918

Harold Sales
Kar Kraft & Mirror Glaze Products

Next Meeting

Wednesday, June 2nd 2004 at 7:30 PM
At The Science Museum of VA,
2500 West Broad Street .
See Ya there!!